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reviewed House Hunters International. Sunday
posted in Pass The Remote!
House Hunters International
Recently I overheard a woman on a reality TV show who was trying to buy a house complain that an ideal pad she was looking at didn't have enough of that Spanish charm. Ordinarily I try to stay away from …
Storm Front (Derrick Storm)
You better pay attention, because this might get confusing: You may or may not already know that the comic drama murder/mystery TV series Castle on ABC is going into its sixth or seventh season. Castle …
reviewed Faith. August 16
posted in Awesomeness
Faith
I originally submitted this to Cracked. They never got back to me, so I'm assuming they didn't go with it. They have strict rules regarding the subject matter… Therefore, I posted this piece in my blog, …
reviewed Populous DS [NintendoDS]. August 13
posted in The Gaming Hub
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There's a genre of video games referred to as god games, so named because they let the players take absolute power over the world. The granddaddy of the god game is Simcity, but no game takes the god …
reviewed Magnificent Mile. July 26
posted in Windy City Secrets
Magnificent Mile
It doesn't say a whole lot of good when a place tries to use shopping to advertise itself. It's perfectly understandable if, say, you don't have access to the variety or items you need and …
reviewed FC Barcelona. July 08
posted in Awesomeness
FC Barcelona
The World Cup is currently going on, and perhaps you know Argentina is making a hell of a go at the title. Perhaps you've also heard that Pope Francis is rooting for Argentina. (I assume he's a little …
reviewed Girl Meets World. July 07
posted in Pass The Remote!
Girl Meets World
Forget all the complaints about the nuked refrigerator, the monkey vine jeep chase, Mutt Williams, and the aliens, because those are all arbitrary complaints which have the same general base anyway. Here's …
reviewed Classical Guitar. June 22
posted in Music Matters
Classical Guitar
My fingers are short and stubby. They don't seem quite right for a first time learner holding a classical-variety acoustic guitar. The classical acoustic guitar, as per its name, produces a very beautiful …
reviewed Paramore. June 07
posted in Music Matters
Paramore
I think by now, everyone on Earth is familiar with the piece of musical crack that is Paramore's single "Ain't it Fun." The pop rock single certainly threw me off - despite the inclusion …
reviewed Pearl Harbor. May 29
posted in Movie Hype
Pearl Harbor
Will someone please tell me what it is about dangerously stupid military recruits that not only fascinates moviegoers, but allows us to suspend our disbelief enough to believe they basically get in trouble …
reviewed RedEye. May 27
posted in Windy City Secrets
RedEye
I developed the habit of reading the newspaper every day back when I was in high school. In my neck of the woods, though, my daily paper was unfortunately the glorified internet comment section known …
reviewed Boxed Wine. May 26
posted in Gourmand
Boxed Wine
I frequently buy whisky in plastic bottles.     It isn't because I have some kind of preference for plastic bottle whisky. It's merely an issue of convenience. The few times I go out …
reviewed Buffy The Vampire Slayer. May 17
posted in Pass The Remote!
Buffy The Vampire Slayer
What we have with Buffy the Vampire Slayer is the hourlong drama response to The Simpsons. The only significant difference is that, unlike Matt Groening, Joss Whedon knew it was past time to call his …
reviewed Duke Nukem Forever. May 13
posted in The Gaming Hub
Duke Nukem Forever
It's hard to believe that Duke Nukem was once supposed to be the Future of Action Games Forever. It's also an irony, because "forever" is also the amount of time his latest game took to develop, as great …
NEP Logo
If you would have walked up to Mr. Average Joe Monday Morning Quarterback Football Fan anytime between 1960 and 2000 and asked him what team he hated, he would almost certainly have said the Dallas Cowboys, …
How I Met Your Mother Series Finale
Caution: There are spoilers in this review.    Well, we know two things were promised in the finale of How I Met Your Mother: A mother would be met, and it would be legendary.    W …
reviewed New York Yankees. March 09
New York Yankees
You know them and you HATE them. Well, maybe you don't hate them; maybe you love them. I'm a fan, and therefore, I love them, but the great laws of statistics and probability say you hate them. It's one …
reviewed Buffalo Bills. March 02
posted in WHAT CAN I SAY?
Buffalo Bills
Note: I'm re-writing some of my earliest reviews from my Teams Series because they're so far from the template they eventually evolved into.     I'm from Buffalo, New York, and when …
Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies
Dragon Quest has been the pioneering name in RPGs since the 80's. In fact, Dragon Quest was the series that codified a lot of the little, established facts of life about RPGs that we now take for granted: …
Star Wars The Han Solo Trilogy #3: Rebel Dawn
Quick, somebody get George Lucas on the phone! It's time to show him how a prequel trilogy is really done.     If you've seen the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, it's pretty easy to nail …
reviewed The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. February 09
posted in Movie Hype
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
They couldn't make it last, could they?    After deftly avoiding the big love triangle sub-plot that could have fogged up the first Hunger Games, in the sequel, Catching Fire, they …
reviewed Amtrak. February 01
posted in WHAT CAN I SAY?
Amtrak
My arrival in Chicago went exactly as planned, and I rolled in on the Amtrak right at 9 AM on Friday morning, just as I was supposed to. Except it wasn't 9 AM, it was actually 9 PM. And I wasn't riding …
reviewed Breaking Bad. January 09
posted in Pass The Remote!
Breaking Bad
Maybe you remember a certain sitcom from the late 90's called Malcolm in the Middle. It got attention for a few respects: First, it had a reasonably realistic portrayal of a genius kid in its title character. …
reviewed Jagermeister Spice. January 05
posted in Gourmand
Dear god, is there another alcoholic blend that screams "douchebro" any louder than the Jager Bomb? A shot of a German whiskey known as Jagermeister placed into a small glass of Red Bull? It's best known …
reviewed Manchester United F.C.. January 04
posted in Awesomeness
Manchester United F.C.
What say, for a minute, that you, an American sports fan, have mastered every ridiculous quirk and nuance carried by all three - or four of you include the NHL - big leagues. You're looking for something …
reviewed New Year's Eve. January 02
posted in WHAT CAN I SAY?
New Year's Eve
Okay, I'm a real oddball. I make those ridiculous things known as New Year's Resolutions, and more and more, I keep them even as they grow more outlandish and grandiose. They help me keep track of the …
reviewed Mike and Ike Red Rageous. January 02
posted in Gourmand
Mike and Ike Red Rageous
Mike and Ike can hardly be classified as some kind of gourmet food, even by the standards of impulse section store candy. Hell, they're basically nothing more than streamlined jellybeans. Throw a shitload …
reviewed Burnout 2: Point of Impact. January 01
posted in The Gaming Hub
Burnout 2: Point of Impact
I have a quick confession to make: I don't like the Gran Turismo series. Now, that's not to say I have anything against it. By all means, the entire series is a marvel of technicality and incredible game …
reviewed It's a Wonderful Life (1947 movie). December 27, 2013
posted in Movie Hype
It's a Wonderful Life
I looked up the writers of the classic Frank Capra flick It's a Wonderful Life. Capra's name was among them, and when I did some further-depth research about his own life, I was a little surprised to …
reviewed The Star Wars Holiday Special (1978). December 18, 2013
posted in Movie Hype
The Star Wars Holiday Special (1978)
"If I had the time and a sledgehammer, I would track down every copy of that show and smash it."    That was what George Lucas thinks of The Star Wars Holiday Special. Now, go back …
Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story
Arnold Schwarzenegger wants us all to know this: He might look like and act the part of a giant muscular lug in his movies, but no matter what you think of his personal politics and behavior in real life, …
reviewed The Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie.... December 12, 2013
posted in Music Matters
The Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
Would you believe that back in 1995, The Smashing Pumpkins were the greatest rock band on Earth and their double album that year, Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness, was the greatest rock album ever? …
reviewed The Little Mermaid. December 09, 2013
posted in Movie Hype
The Little Mermaid (movie)
Okay, here are things that everyone knows: Disney has the world's strongest animation canon. One day, they might end up relinquishing it to Pixar, but Disney comes packed with so much history and longevity …
reviewed Terminator 2: Judgment Day. November 28, 2013
posted in Movie Hype
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
The Terminator is one of the most iconic characters in popular culture, but his track record is rather bumpy. He had a strong start in a debut movie that is a classic of science fiction. He followed it …
reviewed In Utero. November 09, 2013
posted in Music Matters
In Utero
"Teenage angst has paid off well; now I'm bored and old."    We know, Kurt Cobain, believe you me, we KNOW. Over the years of Nirvana's dominance, you've made that abundantly fucking …
reviewed Kurt Cobain. October 06, 2013
posted in Music Matters
Kurt Cobain
The act grew old a long time ago, and let's face it; its always been pretty pathetic. In case you don't know – and on the off chance that you really don't, lord knows you will soon enough if you pay attention …
reviewed Star Wars: Book of Sith. September 28, 2013
Star Wars: Book of Sith
There are a million little bits and pieces of the Star Wars expanded universe, and of all of them, the one that fascinates me the most is the history of the Sith. Their history is uniquely odd; at one …
reviewed Main Place Mall. September 21, 2013
posted in WHAT CAN I SAY?
Main Place Mall
Anyone who has ever lived in Buffalo, New York knows the city has a notoriously overzealous preservation committee - they'll fight tooth and nail to rescue tool sheds that have been converted into crack …
reviewed Yahoo! Mail. September 05, 2013
posted in WHAT CAN I SAY?
I opened my first-ever email account back in 2000 or 2001. Believe it or not, I still have the thing up and running. I get my Lunch updates there. It was a Yahoo! account, and the email address was baronsamedi30@yahoo.co …
reviewed Austin and Ally. September 01, 2013
posted in Pass The Remote!
Austin and Ally
I'm 32 years old and about to begin my second tour of duty through academia in order to earn a degree by learning how human bodies function. I've lived independently in the real world. So what …
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